The Pattern

1. Access a problematic memory. Access and elicit the problematic, unwanted, or unpleasant feeling. Find a memory wherein you felt less than resourceful. As you do, establish an anchor for this state. Oilibrate to this state in the person.

2. invite the person to engage in a transderivational search (TDS). Utilizing this anchor, assist the person in finding a previous experience when this same feeling occurred. "Take this feeling and let it guide you back in time to help you remember other times when you felt this same kind of feeling. Allow yourself to float back, in your mind, all the way back to previous times and places where you felt this..." Whenever you note that the person seems to re-experience the same negative state, have the person stop and re-anchor it. Ask, "What age do you feel yourself in this experience?"

3. Continue the TDS. Using the anchor, have the person go back through time and find three to six experiences of this same negative state, liach time ask his/her age while re-anchoring. When you get back to the earliest one, stop.

4. Break state to dissociate and to anchor resources. Have the person step out of that "younger him" and watch that younger him from his adult self. Now inquire, "As you look back on those experiences, what specific resources would you need in those past situations for that younger you to have responded in a more effective way?" Elicit and anchor these resource slates fully.

5. Collapse resourceful anchor with the unresourceful anchor. As the person returns to the earliest experience, simultaneously fire off the negative stale anchor and the resource anchor. As you do, ask, "What would that past memory feel like when you know you have this resource with you back then?" "How would this resource make that past different?" Then have the person come up through history, stopping at each past experience with the new resource so that his history begins changing, so that each experience becomes more resourceful and satisfying.

6. Trouble-shooting. If the person has difficulty changing the piist experience, bring him to the present and construct and anchor more powerful resources so that his resource anchor becomes stacked with resources.

7. Break state. Once you have changed all of the past experiences, have the person break state. After a little bit, have them think about that problematic or unwanted feeling.

8. Test. What happens? Have the memories changed? In what way? Does the person experience the resource as there?

9. Future pace. Finally, have them think about similar experiences that may i>ccur in the future. As they do, you may want to fire off the resource anchor.

Hypnosis Plain and Simple

Hypnosis Plain and Simple

These techniques will work for stage hypnosis or hypnotherapy, however, they are taught here for information purposes only. After reading this book you will have the knowledge and ability necessary to hypnotise people, but please do not practice hypnosis without first undergoing more intensive study.

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